Searcys Launches with Style at Battersea Power Station

Searcys Champagne Bar is officially open in the heart of Battersea Power Station, adding sparkle and luxury to one of the most exciting new shopping and leisure destinations in London.

Located at the heart of the iconic power station, the swanky new bar bring Searcys’ expertise in all things champagne south of the river. Guests can enjoy an extensive menu of bubbles and English sparkling wine, paired with Oysters, seasonal small bites, and spectacular sharing boards.

Set on the first floor of Turbine Hall A, just opposite the popular experience of Lift 109, the bar features plush, deep velvet seating, polished brass detailing, and a striking marble-topped bar. Walls are adorned with three specially commissioned art pieces – with a Searcys’ twist – by celebrated artist Kristjana S Williams.

The venue will also play host to a schedule of exciting events, including champagne tasting sessions, that can be booked directly from Searcys. The ‘Champagne Tasting: Everything you need to know about Champagne’ on 25th November will offer a morning of bubbles and pairings hosted by the Head of Champagne at Searcys, embarking on the fascinating journey of the most famous wine of the world.

The new hotspot provides a welcome respite to Battersea Power Station visitors after a day of busy shopping, sightseeing, or festive skating at the newly launched Glide on the riverside.

For Searcys’ fans, this will no doubt be yet another addition to their regular haunts, adding a touch of lounge-like comfort to the group’s luxurious look and feel.

You can find Searcys Champagne Bar Battersea Power Station at Battersea Power Station, Circus Rd W, Nine Elms, London SW11 8AL. It is open Monday to Saturday between 12:00 and 22:00, and Sunday between 12:00 and 18:00.

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